Amazon Prime Video’s ‘MotoGP Unlimited’ docuseries to premiere on March 14

MADRID, Feb. 16 (Royals Blue) –

The new Amazon Prime Video docuseries ‘MotoGP Unlimited’ will premiere on March 14, after being presented this Wednesday at the Capitol Theater in Madrid, with the presence of some of its protagonists, such as the riders Marc Márquez, Joan Mir, Jorge Martin, Maverick Viñales and Jack Miller.

‘MotoGP Unlimited’ will premiere exclusively on Prime Video in France, Italy, Spain and more than 170 countries and territories around the world, including the United Kingdom and the United States. Produced by The Mediapro Studio, in collaboration with Dorna, the new docuseries will feature 8 50-minute episodes with several stars from the top MotoGP competition, both riders and team managers from the most important teams, as protagonists.

Thus, the series will feature riders such as 2021 champion Fabio Quartararo (Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGPTM), the iconic Valentino Rossi (Petronas Yamaha SRT) in his final MotoGPTM season, Marc Márquez (Repsol Honda), Francesco “Pecco” Bagnaia ( Ducati Lenovo Team MotoGPTM), Johann Zarco (Ducati Pramac Racing), Maverick Viñales (Aprilia Racing Team Gresini), and 2020 champion Joan Mir (Team Suzuki Ecstar), along with several team managers.

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Precisely, during the presentation in Madrid, Mir insisted to the media that the docuseries “will please people a lot”. “We always teach the typical, and you don’t see the personal side, and this is going to be good to get to know each other a little better. I’ve handled it well, it’s something I’ve never done, but it will be worth it, people are going to enjoy it a lot” , he added.

For his part, Carmelo Ezpeleta, CEO of the company Doma Sports, promoter of the MotoGP World Championship, assured that this project “is an extraordinary opportunity to see from the inside what the ‘paddock’ is. “The riders and the factories have collaborated much and you will see things that you normally never see, it’s very good. I hope we can see a second season, “he advanced.

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Through exclusive footage of their day-to-day, ‘MotoGP Unlimited’ will address both the success stories of these young riders with a promising future, as well as that of the veterans. Viewers will have access for the first time to an intimate, unique and exclusive look at the challenges drivers and teams face, both on and off the track, as well as what it takes to be part of this competition.

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